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Horace West (Landlord of the 'Prince of Wales'), (from the memoires of Bernard Hamilton)


"I first met Horace when the Fiddlers were playing against Great Missenden. Horace offered us a fixture against Little Kingshill, and I think we were the first non league club to play on the ground. We formed an instant friendship which has lasted over all these years. Lorna and I always remember the times our young boys (John and Peter) slept in your pub. To the members of the Fiddlers, the visit to Little Kingshill and the evening afterwards were always the highlight of our season, made especially so by the welcome you both extended to us all"

1954 - Notes from Fiddlers AGM

"Mention must be made of more memorable matches, outstanding among those that season was against Little Kingshill. The home team scored 181 in 1.75 hours, and left us exactly the same time. The runs were scored for the loss of 9 wickets with 5 minutes to spare."


Memories of Little Kingshill Cricket Club